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MagellanMusic - Ghost Of A Living Twilight CD (album) cover




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4.33 | 3 ratings

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4 stars I happened upon MagellanMusic through the luck of fate. My first acquisition was 'Ghost of a Living Twilight' and it was rapture at first listen.

I am about as far from a music aficianado as one can probably get. I know very little about the technical aspect. I do, however love music and have always been drawn towards music I can simply close my eyes to and listen with my heart, mind and soul. I am captivated by pieces that help me to paint a picture or envision a wonderful ballet or modern dance. Ghost most definitely accomplishes that.

There are so many different layers to each of the songs. It has been impossible for me to ever get tired or feel bored by any of the tracks. The accoustical guitar on this album felt as if my own heartstrings were being played.

Beginning with the very first instrumental piece, 'Drifting' I was drawn into this mystical and wondrous world and was able to escape into some breathtaking moments of pure serenity. There are several instrumental pieces on the CD, and each one takes me to a different place and time.

The lyrics in all of the songs can, I am certain, be taken into any one person's life experience(s) at one time or another. They touch the heart, even the soul. In particular I was very drawn to 'Daydreams', 'Crying Inside', 'Season of Life' and 'Picture'.

If you are a person who has a simple love for music that can reach out and touch you, this is a perfect CD.

dustbuny48 | 4/5 |


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